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Taiwan-Poland: Uniting to Fuel a Green Energy Future

Taiwan and Poland have taken a significant stride towards a greener future by inking two Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) on electric vehicles and hydrogen energy, during the 11th Taiwan-Poland Economic Consultations meeting in Warsaw. The signing of these MoUs, represented by Taiwan’s Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs Chen Chern-chyi and Poland’s Secretary of State for Economic Development and Technology Grzegorz Piechowiak, sets the stage for a robust collaboration in these crucial sectors, as highlighted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA).

We, at hiPower Europe, are filled with immense enthusiasm to be part of this cooperative journey between Poland and Taiwan. Our mission as a joint venture company is not limited to enhancing Poland’s tech growth via Taiwanese solutions, but also to bolster the business ties between the two nations, with a strong emphasis on green energy.

The climax of the 19th Polish-Taiwanese Joint Business Council meeting was indeed a moment of honor for us. The signing of the MoU agreement underlined the harmony between our operations in Poland and the broader drive for sustainability. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the Taiwanese Ministry of Economic Affairs, Poland’s Ministry of Economic Development and Technology, the Taiwanese Chinese International Economic Cooperation Association (CIECA), and the Taipei Representative Office in Poland for leading us towards a brighter and greener future.

The Taiwanese delegation for the Council Meeting represented a group of renowned companies that focus on smart technology and green energy, including Master Transportation Bus Manufacturing, Kiwi-Smart, Sentec, and us, hiPower Europe.

We took great pride in presenting our advanced technologies, developed in Taiwan, of methanol-powered fuel cells and hydrogen recovery and purification systems. We demonstrated how using methanol as a carrier for hydrogen can effectively circumvent the common challenges associated with hydrogen storage, compression, and transportation. This innovative approach not only helps to significantly reduce costs but also enhances safety, positioning it as an optimal strategy for the future of sustainable energy.

Kiwi-Smart Intelligent, an innovative start-up spun off from ASYS Technology in 2021, is at the forefront of smart rail, smart transportation, and smart micro-grid solutions. Leveraging twenty years of industry experience, the company excels in sensor installation, data collection, and AI integration. KiwiSmart, with its commitment to innovation and professionalism, aims to deliver high-performing AIoT solutions and revolutionize smart city governance, rail transit, and energy management.

Master Transportation Bus Manufacturing, with its staunch focus on safety and sustainability in vehicle designs, is a self-sustaining leader in the electric bus industry. The company employs a Taiwanese supply chain to enhance global competitiveness and offers innovative urban transport solutions through its fast charging system and durable Lithium Titanate batteries. Its vision extends to the creation of an Electric Bus Industrial Park, a global R&D center that also represents their commitment to green energy and a sustainable future.

SENTEC, a leading provider of „Ag sintering packaging services,” is meeting the growing needs of the electric vehicle and green energy sectors. They handle a range of chip sources, including Silicon and Wide Bandgap materials like Gallium Nitride and Silicon Carbide. These materials, capable of operating at higher temperatures, voltages, and frequencies, are essential for efficient power systems in EVs and sustainable energy applications. By offering these services, Sentec plays a crucial role in driving technological advancements towards a more sustainable future.

From the Polish side, we were joined by representatives from Hynfra and Professor J. Bernatt. While Hynfra, a green energy company, emphasized the use of ammonia as a means to store hydrogen, hiPower Europe underscored the advantages of methanol for the same purpose. Meanwhile, Prof. Bernatt presented an overview of Poland’s electric bus industry, electric vehicles industry, and the future plans for e-mobility in the country.

The Joint Business Council Meeting was indeed a fruitful platform for promoting international cooperation, knowledge exchange, and technological advancement. We, at hiPower Europe, are enthusiastic about contributing to this shared vision of a sustainable future. In alignment with the MoUs and our company objectives, we are dedicated to fostering a conducive and innovative environment that champions green energy, thereby strengthening the Taiwan-Poland business relationship and steering both nations towards a sustainable future.